Allows eligible immigrant students to pay in-state tuition at public college & universities, such as the University of California (UC system), California State Universities (CSU), and community colleges. Please click on the following link for a list of resources.
Accessibility Resource Center
DSS provides a variety of services to university students with temporary and permanent disabilities at no charge. DSS advisors are available to assist students with individual accommodations.
Contact: Sandy Parsons
The Career Center
The Career Center provides assistance in career development, choosing majors, preparing resumes and other application materials, graduate school search,and career search.
Contact: Jamie Starmer
Chico Student Success Center
The Chico Student Success Center (CSSC) is a collaborative, student development program with a decade of successful diversity recruitment and retention experiences. The CSSC serves Low Income students in an effort to create and support a successful college experience while attending CSU, Chico.
Contact: Bertha Alicia Curier
Campus Legal Information Center
CLIC is a collection of programs which serves the community by providing free legal information and referrals, presenting seminars, workshops, and information packets. CLIC is staffed by California State University, Chico student paralegal interns, who in addition to providing free legal information and referrals, provide free legal representation to clients in administrative law forums. CLIC provides legal information, not advice, as we are not attorneys.
Counseling and Wellness Center
The campus Wellness Center, CWC, was founded in 1992. Its purpose is to promote holistic, healthy lifestyles and well-being among CSU, Chico students. Its mission is to maximize individual choices and responsibility for one’s own well-being and lifestyle. By raising awareness, the CWC enhances the opportunity for change and the potential to eliminate unhealthy, self-defeating behaviors.
The Cross-Cultural Leadership Center
The Center exists to create an environment in which all students, regardless of their ethnicity, culture, or differences, feel safe and respected. Through leadership development, cultural awareness, community education, and the creation of a constructive social change, the Cross-Cultural Leadership Center will contribute a positive, enriching, and memorable life experience to every student of CSU, Chico and its surrounding community.
Contact: CC Carter
Education Opportunity Programs
The mission of the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) is to provide access and support services to first-generation students who are economically, educationally, and/or environmentally disadvantaged, but display the potential to succeed in post-secondary education and to assist the University in the matriculation, retention, and graduation of EOP students
Contact: Chris Malone
English as a Second Language Support Center
The ESL Resource Center located in Siskiyou 104 provides tutoring for non-native English speakers, grammar assistance, reading tutoring, assistance with research papers and homework, and help preparing for language exams including the TOEFL.
Contact: Frank Li
Spanish Conversation Hour
Mondays -Common Grounds
6:00 pm - 7p.m. Intermediate/Advanced level
7p.m. - 8p.m. Beginner level
Contact: Denise Minor
Student Health Center
Student Health Service assists each student in their diverse healthcare needs in order to facilitate maximum academic and personal growth.
Contact: Cathy Feliz
Student Judicial Affairs
Student Judicial Affairs ensures that students have a supportive environment and a fair process for resolving grievances with faculty, staff, and administration. For student behavior, SJA also promotes student success by upholding University standards on one hand and holding students accountable for their actions on the other.
Contact: Lisa Root
Student Learning Center
The Student Learning Center offers a variety of programs and resources to meet the needs of every student. Tutoring and study skills workshops are offered.
Contact: Christine Connerly
Student Life and Leadership
The Student Life and Leadership Office is dedicated to supporting student activities, student organizations, and fraternities and sororities.
Contact: CC Carter
The Study Abroad Program exposes students to experience and perspective that they will not get in the US and can strengthen a resume.
Contact: Tasha Dev
Designed to assist low- income and first-generation students in grades 6-12 to prepare for their future.
Contact: Diana Parra-Villaseñor
University Housing and Food Service
Provides safe, secure, clean and reasonably priced residential environments conducive to the academic and personal development of the student.
Contact: Kristen McPeak
Upward Bound provides fundamental support to participants in their preparation for college entrance. The goal of Upward Bound is to increase the rate at which participants complete secondary education and enroll in and graduate from institutions of postsecondary education.
Contact: Maria Moreno